The Saturday Evening Post Video Podcast: March 8, 2019
The Saturday Evening Post Video Podcast: February 22, 2019
The Saturday Evening Post Video Podcast: February 8, 2019
The Saturday Evening Post Video Podcast: January 25, 2019
The Saturday Evening Post Video Podcast: January 11, 2019
The Saturday Evening Post Podcast: December 21, 2018
The Saturday Evening Post Podcast: December 7, 2018 Bill sits down with CNN anchor Wolf Blitzer and his "Mission: Impossible" costar Kristoffer Joner.
The Saturday Evening Post Podcast: November 9, 2018 Why I've seen Bohemian Rhapsody again...and again...and again.
The Saturday Evening Post Podcast: October 26, 2018 Bill reviews Melissa McCarthy's breakthrough film Can You Ever Forgive Me...and sits down with Elizabeth Chomko, writer/director of "What They Had."
The Saturday Evening Post Podcast: October 10 2018
The Saturday Evening Post Podcast: September 21, 2018 From the Toronto International Film Festival, Bill reviews Robert Redford's final film, "The Old Man and the Gun," interviews the film's director David Lowery, and chats with Mel Brooks about his old pal Sid Caesar, the subject of an exhaustive new box set.
The Saturday Evening Post Podcast: September 7, 2018 As "Unbroken: Path to Redemption" — the sequel to Angelina Jolie's 2014 blockbuster war drama — opens, Bill sits down with Luke Zamperini, the son of the film's real-life hero. Plus, he meets Maddalena Ischiale, the actress who plays Louis' mother in both films.
The Saturday Evening Post Podcast: August 24, 2018 As the surprise comedy hit "Book Club" comes to home video, we sit down with the director and co-writer and with costar Diane Keaton...and run down Bill's Top Ten list of movies with books at their center.
The Saturday Evening Post Podcast: August 10, 2018 Bill Chats with Glenn Close about her new movie "The Wife" and with "Big Bang Theory" creator Lee Aronsohn about his new documentary, "The Magic Music Movie"
The Saturday Evening Post Podcast: July 27, 2018 Bill raves about "Sorry to Bother You" and compares the careers of Tom Cruise and Jackie Chan. Plus, a look at The Criterion Collection's glorious restoration of David Niven's "A Matter of Life and Death"
https://vimeo.com/279923151" rel="noopener" target="_blank">LIVE FROM Rehoboth Beach:
This week from the Boardwalk Bill reviews "Mama Mia! Here We Go Again" and "Gaugin: Voyage to Tahiti"...plus his tribute to Discovery Channel's 30th Annual Shark Week
The PBS superstar tells Bill about his love of India, featured in his new film Viceroy's House...Human rights pioneer Dolores Huerta discusses the new documentary about her life...A new book traces Hollywood's love affair with New York's Plaza Hotel...and meet Toronto's eternal sweetheart, Mary Pickford.
As Chuck, starring Liev Schreiber (above), comes to Blu-ray, I interview Chuck Wepner, the scrappy boxer who went nearly 15 rounds with Muhammed Ali in 1975 — and became Sylvester Stallone's inspiration for Rocky. Chuck recalls his legendary fight...and a later bout with a boxing bear.
Plus, my review of The Hitman's Bodyguard.
Bill explores the surprisingly complex worlds of War For The Planet Of The Apes and Spiderman: Homecoming...talks pies with A Ghost Story writer/director David Lowery...chats with Richard Gere about his acclaimed film Norman...and tries to reassure A Place To Call Home star Marta Dusseldorp that she really is funny.
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